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a strong storm came through the area. and what's coming up. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] constellation captioned by the national captioning institute >> you are watching wbal live, local, late-breaking. >> good evening. today, hundreds of loyal ravens' fans expressed respect to art modell. it was a fitting place to remember the man who moved the cleveland browns to baltimore after the colts left. we were there. >> fans say they are grateful that the modell family invited them here to say their final good-byes. purple pride ran deep, but not the way it usually does on any given sunday. frank played over the loud speakers as thousands made their way to the 50-yard line to pay
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their respects. they walked by his casket and the trophy that modell held up after they won the super bowl in 2001. >> we miss baltimore football for many years. sad to see him go. >> gates opened up at 11:00 a.m. but this gentleman was the fir in line. >> i thought there was was going to be a big crowd. i had to come down from harford county and show my support for mr. modell. >> ryan is grateful what modell has done for the baltimore. >> he brought the action back. >> we are going to miss him and i had a chance to meet him years ago. i'm going to miss him and so glad we had the opportunity to be here and send his farewells off. >> his son said his father would
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have been proud of the tribute. davis said the outpowering of support means a lot to the family. >> any family who loses their father knows how difficult it is and to be soothed by thousands of broader family members, it makes me feel elated. >> i don't think he would want us to be sad but continue to bring that bring old ball home. and we're going to do it. trust me, we are going to do it. go, purple pride. >> there will be a series of tributes at monday's home opener and will be laid to rest on tuesday. >> this afternoon, strong storms moved through maryland, virginia and d.c. prompting watches and warnings. it left behind a number of power outages. around 15,000 customers are
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without power and crews have restored power to 9,300 customers. take a look at this picture of a water spout on the chesapeake sent to us by a viewer. we are told that one police officer at sandy point state park spotted a funnel cloud. his police cruiser was damaged. northern virginia and d.c. were hit with strong storms. trees and power lines were toppled. nearly 150 customers lost power. the national weather service says it checked out a sighting of a tornado in fairfax county. and now for the very latest on the forecast, let's check in with our meteorologist. >> this afternoon and this evening, watching the storms coming in, the strongest storms were either in pennsylvania or down closest to the district of
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columbia and southern maryland. here on tv hill, we got gusts up to 29 miles an hour. b.m.w., gusts were up to 35. this evening, the rain is mostly east of us. we have a couple of sprinkles in our area. clouds are beginning to break up in western maryland. and at the moment, the strongest storms are in eastern north carolina and this cool front went through a while back. almost all of this rain activity that you see on radar right now is behind the cool front, which has gotten out over the ocean now. here's a radar depiction and estimate of how much rain fell in the area and the areas that you see in green are areas that got around or up to half an inch of rain. blue shade is less than a tenth of an inch of rain. seems like we should have gotten more, the storms moved through so quickly, 30 to 40 miles an
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hour forward movement and didn't have the chance to drop the amount of rain you thought they would have given the tropical moisture. the cold front has moved through and the clouds are going to disappear. more on the weather for the rest of the weekend and next week coming up. >> all right, john. we will see you in a bit and you can track the storms. try our new apps in full screen. in northwest baltimore, police are investigating a shooting that happened early this morning. officers were called to the 2500 block of edgecomb circle and found an adult male shot multiple times. he is expected to survive. >> before 2:30 a.m. western district officers heard gunshots coming from gold street. officers found two adult males who had been shot. both victims were taken to area hospitals. one of the victims mccoy, died
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from his injuries. the other victim is expected to survive. firefighters were out in full force to educate the public about the importance of working smoke detectors. two city residents died within a week in homes without working smoke alarm. residents can call 3-1-1 to have a smoke detector installed. more awareness made on drug and alcohol addiction. the theme of this year's event was join the voices for recovery. in maryland, more than 400,000 people are estimated to be addicted to alcohol and other drugs, but only one in 10 will receive treatment. the goal was to improve access to treatment and advocate for greater understanding. >> a wreath-laying ceremony was laid today to honor members killed on the war on terror. it took place at camp frederick.
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12 names were added to the list of those killed from september 11, 2001 to this past february. >> fellow members of the maryland national guard who gave their last full measure and with sadness, we come together to once again add a name to this memorial. every minute of every hour of every day, americans enjoy the blessings of this nation and our way of life. blessings protected by the service of men and women in uniform. >> the maryland national guard traces its roots back to 1634. there's more to come on 11:00 ne?o?o?oçoí';wowk
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department. we have the latest. >> the cause of the officer's death is still under investigation, but earlier reports indicate it may have been a tragic accident. the abderdeen police department is mourning the loss of one of their own. 29-year-old chahares armetta wa killed by a freak accident, a freak accident that has rocked this community. >> he should be remembered as a really good guy. >> according to the maryland transportation authority police who is ill uestigating, the off-duty officer was traveling with 10 or 11 family members in a bus. a person said, the bus was returning from washington, d.c., and pulled over on the shoulder of i-95 near the russell street exit in downtown baltimore. >> i can't believe it. >> joy scott lived next dor to the family for two years before
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the family moved out two weeks ago. ->> ott's four children adored e police officer. >> a great, great neighbor. there are other people in this neighborhood that are very upset by the news. >> armetta who has been with the department since 2007 was assigned to the deparrtengo.s dg unit program. he and his partner graduated following a 24-wetwo training program over the summer with the new castle, delaware police depaparment. he is the second police officer to die this week. another died in a car accident on his way home from work. armetta was a husband and father of a young girl who turns one on monday. >> he loved that little girl. everyone can help her understand in the future how much he loved
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her. >> again, the cause of his death is under investigation and funeral arrangements are being made. >> right now, we'll hear from john and it was a wild afternoon. >> it was. i thought it would be more severe than it was, but nonetheless, it's all right. seems like the d.c. area and up north cure hght the worst of it what is going to follow is awfully nice. we will talk agreaut a great
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>> the national weather service has confirmed two tornadoes touched down in the in brooklyn and queens. a driver was shocked as one of the tornadoes crossed the road. wow! the twisters knocked down power lines and trees. no injuries have been reported. >> now, your 11 instatistic weather forecast. >> that storm activity up in new york where they saw the tornadoes and everything we had are all kind of interconnected here and they got a stapar
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eaharier. radar is showing most of the activity on the eastern shore, a few little sprinkles in harford and back around the city, but that's agreaut it. farther west, the clouds are beginning to thin and skies are clearing out in far western maryland, and let's switch to a wider view. these storms are moving at a pretty good clip at 30 miles an hour and onto the east and some of the moisture traveling to the north. the cold front is out with a stall line over the ocean. how much rain was measured? a sampling around the area showed at at the airport, half an inch. and almost half an inch at reagan and dulles airport, 16/100s. high today was 89 degrees.
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low was 67 this morning and almost there now. we are cooling down. average temperature is typically 81. 100 is the record on this date and the temperaw. re at the airport, 68 degrees. here's the key, this afternoon the dew point was oppressueee ad dropped now to 64. humiditrp when you factor it in with the temperaw. res, high in the evening hours. ede have a northwest wind, instead of a south wind at five now and the changes are there. is t d100rees at b.w.i. and out of westminster, the temperature is of 63 d100rees. the front is moving offshore and the much dryer air coming in behind it. edeather disw. rbance out in th midwest won't amount to much. high pressure is coming in. 57 tos. storms moving out of the
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picw. re, clearing, cooling conditions with northwest winds at 5-10. tomorrobee 77 to% 1ge to tout and less humid. temperatures in therth0's to around% 10 d100rees or so. and small craft advisories and edint the northwest. and showers early in the morning on the eastern shore and around the ocean and in the afternoon tomorrow, maybe a few mountain sprineases or showers. the forecast is calling for, if we can get the raven to move out of the picture here -- ok, let's see. my computer seems to be sw. ck. tomorrow's forecast is calling for temperatures in the 8nshs. we have lport,t our way here. temperatures will be in the 70's to near% 1pco monday and tuesday, high temperatures will be in the
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70's, with morning lows in the 5nshs. by the end of the week, we will jump back boo the% 1nshs for the hneths. >> it has been one of those days and we are talking agreaut a wi. >> mixed emotions at camden yards. birds got the victory and did so after this controversial play. >> this is powerball. good evening america. tonight your jackpot is a guaranteed $nd sm0 million and t t get out your tickets and get ready to plaxe your first ball nto tober is nur 34. second number is 4 op this couples wonhu
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>> this is 11 spopars. >> how does one describe what happened here today? igo.s unbelievasce, the amount f love this community had for my father. >> tribute as fans say good-mon to art modell, good job ravens. different rea thns, an amazing ->> ene this weekend at camden yards, orioles regain the share of first but not without paying a heavy price.
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reynolds, getting kind of ridiculous, he did it again. home run in nine games. orioles down 2-1. people wonder why he was in the lineup. >> good-bye home run. >> cc sabathia throws markakis on the hand. broken thumb. showalter knesw it was an emotional scene there. will not have nick for the pen nant stretch. it does! not by much but into the stands it goes. orioles with a ti-2 lead. top nine, 2-run game. jeter with the bunt single. nogrean the out. thn thn looking for the save, gets dicey.
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and teiwinira, yes, thconn do. and called out. replay and showed teixeira was safe but the orioles get a cal s there will be no apologizing for getting the happy end against a lousy call against the yankees. orioles do not come out of this win cleanly. >> it is an unforw. nate situation, but, you know, the season is going to go on and i edceyl be here for the guys and will be supporting them and it is a tough blosw >> got to feel for a guy who has been in an oriol football game. >> ravens mnetht do it with a rookie at right tackle. he is led to believe he wceyl start against the bengals. and will protect joe flacco and target his tnetht ends. ede are ready to go monday nigh.
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dixon told me he has no concern hoout timing of flaan on college football saturday, first road trip of the year for maryland and payback for the terps. embarrassed maryland at home and pierce ran for five touchdowns. and looking for the first passing touchdown of his career. y ot it in the second quartd it was lovely. 22 yart later in the second, maryland in the red zone, but saw the b go sn6 c13 , thconn didn't panic. nobody paid much attention to him. t thanks to turnovers and fitzpatrick, nice cut. y ame-ceiling drive and tha earned the first win streak. terps are 2-0.
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hneth school football this afternoon, loyola playing hport to valley forge. and alex hunt, sees the big hole on the left side and shares a comesle of taseasers. 17 yards in on a touchdown. and they rolled much of the daxe
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>> we are going to try this again. 79 tom for the hnetot b few clouds tomorrow. lower humidity and holds ta,ether ning dt week. 50's in the lows. still very comfortable. tabmidity in control. t saturday. >> john, thaand is you. ede wceyl see you back here tomorrow at 5:00. "saturday night lllee" is ning . have a great nnetht. e age ag hey tommy, tommy, you rolling? over here, over here, you creeper! hey. [ cheers and applause ] >> how are you doing? this is pat sullivan coming at you on vhs from the winter


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